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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Did you know how to stop the pain from a toothache?


Did you know what problems that causes a tooth ache?

In most instances, toothaches are caused by tooth problems, such as a dental cavity, a cracked tooth, an exposed tooth root, or gum disease. 

Did you know what are the most common causes of toothaches?


The most common cause of a toothache is a dental cavity. 

Did you know that dental cavities (caries) are holes in the two outer layers of a tooth called the enamel and the dentin. The enamel is the outermost white hard surface and the dentin is the yellow layer just beneath the enamel. 

Both layers serve to protect the inner living tooth tissue called the pulp, where blood vessels and nerves reside. Certain bacteria in the mouth convert simple sugars into acid. The acid softens and (along with saliva) dissolves the enamel and dentin, creating cavities. Small, shallow cavities may not cause pain and may be unnoticed by the patient. 

The larger deeper cavities can be painful and collect food debris. The inner living pulp of the affected tooth can become irritated by bacterial toxins or by foods and liquids that are cold, hot, sour, or sweet, thereby causing toothaches. Severe injury to the pulp can lead to the death of pulp tissue, resulting in tooth infection (dental abscess). A small swelling or "gum blister" may be present near the affected tooth as well.

Did you know how to stop the pain from a toothache?  

Clove oil, is a excellent home remedy for dental pain relief, mainly toothache; Clove Oil which is an essential oil


Did you know that Clove oil is a natural analgaesic and antiseptic used primarily in dentistry for its main ingredient eugenol?

 



Did you know that to stop the agonizing pain of a tooth ache you need clove oil and cotton balls?


To stop the pain apply 3 or 4 drops of the clove oil on the cotton balls and place it on the effected area on the gun and within minutes the pain will subside! Clove oils taste horrible, but it works...


This is only a temporary means to ease the pain, but the oil will get rid of the infection in your mouth which will ease the pain .




The next time that they see you, pain will not be your middle name!






Now if you have a hole in your tooth I can create a video that will show you the ingredient to create a temporary filling and show you how to apply it, and it will work great! 


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Did you know what years had co rookie of the year winners?

Did you know what years had co rookie of the year winners?

1999-2000

Elton Brand Steve Francis Chicago and Houston and



 

1994-1995 

Grant Hill and Jason Kidd Detroit and Dallas




1970-1971 
Dave Cowens and Geoff Petrie Boston and Portland













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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Did you know who Dorothy Lucille Tipton was?

Did you know that Dorothy Lucille Tipton, was an American jazz musician and bandleader who lived as a man for nearly fifty years know to the world as Billy Tipton ?


[1] (December 29, 1914 – January 21, 1989)


Billy Tipton was born in 1914. He began living as a man full-time by 1940 at age 26, had a career as a jazz and swing pianist and entertainer, a common law marriage (unregistered but publicly accepted), and three sons by adoption. He was discovered to have been female-bodied after he died in 1989 due to a hemorrhaging ulcer (that he refused to have treated). Like many Female-to-Male transsexuals of this day he did not have genital surgery.

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Early in her career, Tipton cross-dressed only professionally, continuing to present as a woman otherwise. She spent those early years living with a woman named Non Earl Harrell, in a relationship which other musicians thought of as lesbian. The relationship ended in 1942.[3][4] Tipton's next relationship, with a singer known only as "June", lasted for several years.[4]
For seven years, Tipton lived with Betty Cox, who was 19 when they became involved. According to Cox, they had a heterosexual relationship. Betty remembered him as "the most fantastic love of my life."[5] Tipton kept the secret of his extrinsic sexual characteristics from Betty by inventing a story that he had been in a serious car accident which had badly damaged his genitals and broken some ribs, and that to protect the damaged chest he had to bind it. From then on, this was what he would tell the women in his life.
After Cox ended their relationship, Tipton quickly became involved with Maryann Catanach, a prostitute. According to Maryann, theirs was a normal sexual relationship, and she did not know that Tipton had female genitals, since he dressed in private, had sex only in the dark, and preferred to touch, not to be touched.[4]
In 1960, Tipton ended this relationship to settle down with nightclub dancer and stripper Kitty Kelly (later known as Kitty Oakes), who was known professionally as "The Irish Venus." Tipton was never legally married, but several women had drivers' licenses identifying them as Mrs. Tipton. Kitty said that they never had sex but had an otherwise normal life. They were involved with their local PTA and with the Boy Scouts. They adopted three sons, John, Scott, and William. After Tipton's death, Kitty gave several interviews about him and their relationship. In early interviews, she said, “He gave up everything... There were certain rules and regulations in those days if you were going to be a musician,” in reference to breaking into the 1920-30s music industry as a woman, and, “No one knew. It was the best-guarded secret since Houdini.”[6] But in later interviews she denied having known that Tipton was a trans man, a denial that sons John and Scott did not believe. William described Tipton as a good father who loved to go on Scout camping trips.[1]
Their adopted sons became difficult to manage during their adolescence. Because of the couple's ongoing arguments over how they should raise the boys, Tipton left Kitty in the late 1970s, moved into a mobile home with their sons, and resumed his old relationship with Maryann. He remained there, living in poverty, until his death a year later.[4]

Death and aftermath

In 1989, at the age of 74, Tipton had symptoms he attributed to emphysema and refused to call a doctor. Actually he was suffering from a hemorrhaging peptic ulcer, which, untreated, was fatal. It was while paramedics were trying to save Tipton's life, with son William looking on, that William learned that his father was biologically female. Tipton was pronounced dead at Valley General Hospital. The coroner shared the revelation with the rest of the family. In an attempt to keep the secret, Kitty arranged for his body to be cremated; however one of their sons went public with the story. The first newspaper article was published the day after Tipton's funeral and it was quickly picked up by wire services. Stories about Tipton appeared in a variety of papers including tabloids like National Enquirer and Star, as well as more reputable papers like New York Magazine and The Seattle Times. Tipton's family even made talk show appearances.[7]
Two wills were left by Tipton; one handwritten and not notarized which left everything to William Jr. and the second, notarized, leaving everything to Jon Clark.[8] A court upheld the first will, and William inherited almost everything, with John and Scott receiving one dollar each.[9] In a later ruling, the three sons were awarded equal shares of Tipton's estate.[10]


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Did you know how long Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher have been married?


The World's Longest Marriage -- 86 Years - has of May 2010)

Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher of North Carolina



Zelmyra is 101 years old and Herbert is 104 (2010)

Did you know they were asked these questions?
Questions From Marriage Wisdom . . .

What made you realize that you could spend the rest of your lives together? Were you scared at all?
H & Z:  With each day that passed, our relationship was more solid and secure.  Divorce was NEVER an option or even a thought.
How did you know your spouse was the right one for you?
We grew up together & were best friends before we married.  A friend is for life--our marriage has lasted a lifetime
Is there anything you would do differently after more than 80 years of marriage?
We wouldn’t change a thing. There’s no secret to our marriage, we just did what was needed for each other & our family.
What is your advice to someone who is trying to keep the faith that Mr. Right is really out there?
Zelmyra:  Mine was just around the corner! He is never too far away, so keep the faith - when you meet him, you’ll know.
What was the best piece of marriage advice you ever received?
Respect, support & communicate with each other; Be faithful, honest and true; and Love each other with ALL of your heart.
What are the most important attributes of a good spouse?
Zelmyra:  A hard worker and good provider.  The 1920s were hard, but Herbert wanted to and provided the best for us.  I married a good man!
What is your best Valentine’s Day memory?
Zelmyra:  I cook dinner EVERY day.  Herbert left work early and surprised me--he cooked dinner for me!  He is a VERY good cook!
Herbert:  I said that I was going to cook dinner for her and she could relax.  The look on her face and clean plate made my day!
You got married very young--how did you both manage to grow as individuals yet not grow apart as a couple?
“Everyone who plants a seed and harvests the crop celebrates together.”  We are individuals, but accomplish more together.
What is your fondest memory of your 85-year marriage?
Our legacy: 5 children, 10 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild.
Does communicating get easier with time?  How do you keep your patience?
The children are grown, so we talk more now.  We can enjoy our time on the porch or our rocking chairs--together.
How did you cope when you had to be physically separated for long periods of time?
Herbert:  We were apart for 2 months when "Z" was hospitalized with our 5th child . It was the most difficult time of my life. Zelmyra’s mother helped me with the house and the other children; otherwise, I would have lost my mind.
At the end of bad relationship day, what is the most important thing to remind yourselves?
Remember marriage is not a contest--never keep a score.  God has put the two of you together on the same team to win!
Is fighting important?
NEVER physically! Agree that it’s okay to disagree, and fight for what really matters.  Learn to bend--not break!
What’s the one thing you have in common that transcends everything else?
We are both Christians and believe in God.  Marriage is a commitment to the Lord.  We pray with and for each other every day.



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Friday, October 22, 2010

Did you know that men get brest cancer?


Did you know that Breast cancer is a cancer that starts in the tissues of the breast?


Did you know there are two main types of breast cancer?



  • Ductal carcinoma starts in the tubes (ducts) that move milk from the breast to the nipple. Most breast cancers are of this type.
  • Lobular carcinoma starts in parts of the breast, called lobules, that produce milk.
Did you know that in rare cases, breast cancer can start in other areas of the breast?

DidMany breast cancers are sensitive to the hormone estrogen. This means that estrogen causes the breast cancer tumor to grow. Such cancer is called estrogen receptor positive cancer or ER positive cancer.
Some women have what's called HER2-positive breast cancer. HER2 refers to a gene that helps cells grow, divide, and repair themselves. When cells have too many copies of this gene, cells -- including cancer cells -- grow faster. Experts think that women with HER2-positive breast cancer have a more aggressive disease and a higher risk of recurrence than those who do not have this type.
Early breast cancer usually does not cause symptoms. This is why regular breast exams are important. As the cancer grows, symptoms may include:
  • Breast lump or lump in the armpit that is hard, has uneven edges, and usually does not hurt
  • Change in the size, shape, or feel of the breast or nipple -- for example, you may have redness, dimpling, or puckering that looks like the skin of an orange
  • Fluid coming from the nipple -- may be bloody, clear to yellow, green, and look like pus


Did you know that men get breast cancer, too?

Symptoms include breast lump and breast pain and tenderness.
Symptoms of advanced breast cancer may include:
  • Bone pain
  • Breast pain or discomfort
  • Skin ulcers
  • Swelling of one arm (next to breast with cancer)
  • Weight loss
Treatment is based on many factors, including type and stage of the cancer, whether the cancer is sensitive to certain hormones, and whether or not the cancer overproduces (overexpresses) a gene called HER2/neu.
In general, cancer treatments may include:
  • Chemotherapy medicines to kill cancer cells
  • Radiation therapy to destroy cancerous tissue
  • Surgery to remove cancerous tissue -- a lumpectomy removes the breast lump; mastectomy removes all or part of the breast and possible nearby structures
Other treatments:
  • Hormonal therapy to block certain hormones that fuel cancer growth
  • Targeted therapy to interfere with cancer cell growth and function
An example of hormonal therapy is the drug tamoxifen. This drug blocks the effects of estrogen, which can help breast cancer cells survive and grow. Most women with estrogen-sensitive breast cancer benefit from this drug. A newer class of medicines called aromatase inhibitors, such as exemestane (Aromasin), have been shown to work just as well or even better than tamoxifen in postmenopausal women with breast cancer.
Targeted therapy, also called biologic therapy, is a newer type of cancer treatment. This therapy uses special anticancer drugs that identify certain changes in a cell that can lead to cancer. One such drug is trastuzumab (Herceptin). For women with stage IV HER2-positive breast cancer, Herceptin plus chemotherapy has been shown to be work better than chemotherapy alone. Studies have also shown that in women with early stage HER2-positive breast cancer, this medicine plus chemotherapy cuts the risk of the cancer coming back by 50%.
Cancer treatment may be local or systemic.
  • Local treatments involve only the area of disease. Radiation and surgery are forms of local treatment.
  • Systemic treatments affect the entire body. Chemotherapy is a type of systemic treatment.
Most women receive a combination of treatments. For women with stage I, II, or III breast cancer, the main goal is to treat the cancer and prevent it from returning. For women with stage IV cancer, the goal is to improve symptoms and help them live longer. In most cases, stage IV breast cancer cannot be cured.
  • Stage 0 and DCIS -- Lumpectomy plus radiation or mastectomy is the standard treatment. There is some controversy on how best to treat DCIS.
  • Stage I and II -- Lumpectomy plus radiation or mastectomy with some sort of lymph node removal is standard treatment. Hormone therapy, chemotherapy, and biologic therapy may also be recommended following surgery.
  • Stage III -- Treatment involves surgery possibly followed by chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and biologic therapy.
  • Stage IV -- Treatment may involve surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, or a combination of such treatments.
After treatment, some women will continue to take medications such as tamoxifen for a period of time. All women will continue to have blood tests, mammograms, and other tests following treatment.
Did you know that Over the course of a lifetime, 1 in 8 women 

will be diagnosed with breast cancer?


Did you know these Risk factors that you cannot change, include:
  • Age and gender -- Your risk of developing breast cancer increases as you get older. The majority of advanced breast cancer cases are found in women over age 50. Women are 100 times more likely to get breast cancer then men.
  • Family history of breast cancer -- You may also have a higher risk for breast cancer if you have a close relative who has had breast, uterine, ovarian, or colon cancer. About 20 - 30% of women with breast cancer have a family history of the disease.
  • Genes -- Some people have genes that make them more prone to developing breast cancer. The most common gene defects are found in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. These genes normally produce proteins that protect you from cancer. But if a parent passes you a defective gene, you have an increased risk for breast cancer. Women with one of these defects have up to an 80% chance of getting breast cancer sometime during their life.
  • Menstrual cycle -- Did you know that women who get their periods early (before age 12) or went through menopause late (after age 55) have an increased risk for breast cancer?
Did you know that these are other risk factors include:
  • Alcohol use -- Drinking more than 1 - 2 glasses of alcohol a day may increase your risk for breast cancer.
  • Childbirth -- Women who have never had children or who had them only after age 30 have an increased risk for breast cancer. Being pregnant more than once or becoming pregnant at an early age reduces your risk of breast cancer.
  • DES -- Women who took diethylstilbestrol (DES) to prevent miscarriage may have an increased risk of breast cancer after age 40. This drug was given to the women in the 1940s - 1960s.
  • Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) -- You have a higher risk for breast cancer if you have received hormone replacement therapy for several years or more. Many women take HRT to reduce the symptoms of menopause.
  • Obesity -- Obesity has been linked to breast cancer, although this link is controversial. The theory is that obese women produce more estrogen, which can fuel the development of breast cancer.
  • Radiation -- If you received radiation therapy as a child or young adult to treat cancer of the chest area, you have a significantly higher risk for developing breast cancer. The younger you started such radiation, the higher your risk -- especially if the radiation was given when a female was developing breasts.
Did you know that Breast implants, using antiperspirants, and wearing underwire bras do not raise your risk for breast cancer?

There is no evidence of a direct link between breast cancer and pesticides.
The National Cancer Institute provides an online tool to help you figure out your risk of breast cancer. See: www.cancer.gov/bcrisktool
The doctor will ask you about your symptoms and risk factors, and then perform a physical exam, which includes both breasts, armpits, and the neck and chest area. Additional tests may include:
  • Mammography to help identify the breast lump
  • Breast MRI to help better identify the breast lump
  • Breast ultrasound to show whether the lump is solid or fluid-filled
  • Breast biopsy, needle aspiration, or breast lump removal to remove all or part of the breast lump for closer examination by a laboratory specialist
  • CT scan
  • Sentinal lymph node biopsy
  • PET scan
If your doctor learns that you do have breast cancer, additional tests will be done to see if the cancer has spread. This is called staging. Staging helps guide future treatment and follow-up and gives you some idea of what to expect in the future.
Breast cancer stages range from 0 to IV. Breast cancer that has not spread is called ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), or noninvasive breast cancer. If it spreads, the cancer is called invasive breast cancer. The higher the number, the more advanced the cancer.
How well you do after being treated for breast cancer depends on many things. The more advanced your cancer, the poorer the outcome.
The 5-year survival rate refers to the number of patients who live at least 5 years after their cancer is found. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), the 5-year survival rates for persons with breast cancer who are appropriately treated are as follows:
  • 100% for stage 0
  • 100% for stage I
  • 92% for stage IIA
  • 81% for stage IIB
  • 67% for stage IIIA
  • 54% for stage IIIB
  • 20% for stage IV
Many risk factors -- such as your genes and family history -- cannot be controlled. However, a healthy diet

and a few lifestyle changes may reduce your overall chance of cancer in general.Breast cancer is more easily treated and often curable if it is found early.
Early detection involves:
  • Breast self-exams (BSE)
  • Clinical breast exams by a medical professional
  • Screening mammography
Did you know that most experts recommend that women age 20 and older examine their breasts once a month during the week following the menstrual period?

Did you know that women between the ages 20 and 39 should have a doctor examine their breasts at least once every 3 years.


Did you know after age 40:
  • Women 40 and older should have a mammogram every 1 - 2 years, depending on their risk factors. Women should call their doctor immediately if they notice in change in their breasts whether or not they do routine breast self-exams.
  • Women 40 and older should have a complete breast exam by a health care provider every year.
Mammography is the most effective way of detecting breast cancer early.
Certain women at high risk for breast cancer may have a breast MRI along with their yearly mammogram. Ask your doctor if you need an MRI.
Screening for breast cancer is a topic filled with controversy. A woman needs to have an informed and balanced discussion with her doctor, along with doing additional reading and researching on her own, to determine if mammography is right for her.
Tamoxifen is approved for breast cancer prevention in women aged 35 and older who are at high risk.
Women at very high risk for breast cancer may consider preventive (prophylactic) mastectomy, which is the surgical removal of the breasts. Possible candidates for this procedure may include those who have already had one breast removed due to cancer, women with a strong family history of breast cancer, and persons with genes or genetic mutations that raise their risk of breast cancer.
New, improved treatments are helping persons with breast cancer live longer than ever before. However, even with treatment, breast cancer can spread to other parts of the body. Sometimes, cancer returns even after the entire tumor is removed and nearby lymph nodes are found to be cancer-free.
You may experience side effects or complications from cancer treatment. For example, radiation therapy may cause temporary swelling of the breast, and aches and pains around the area. Ask your doctor about the side effects you may have during treatment.
Contact your health care provider for an appointment if:
  • You have a breast or armpit lump
  • You are a woman age 40 or older and have not had a mammogram in the last year
  • You are a woman age 35 or older and have a mother or sister with breast cancer, or have already had cancer of the breast, uterus, ovary, or colon.
  • You do not know how or need help learning how to perform a breast self-examination

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Did you know 823 years ago was the last time that this event happened in October ?

Did you know that 823 years ago was the last time that OCT. 

had 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays, all in 1 month.

Did you know that when it does happen it is considered money bags months?



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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Did you know what being a Narcissism is?

For 2 years to be exact the world has had to hear about President Obama being a Narcissist..

So my question was what is Narcissism?

Did you know that Narcissism is the personality trait of egotism, vanity, conceit, or simple selfishness. Applied to a social group, it is sometimes used to denote elitism or an indifference to the plight of others.


Did you know how Narcissism achieve its name? In Greek mythology, Narcissus was a handsome Greek youth who had never seen his reflection. The nymph Echo had been punished by Hera for gossiping by being cursed to forever "have the last word". Echo had seen Narcissus walking through the forest and wanted to talk to him, but because of the curse she wasn't able to speak first. When Narcissus became thirsty and stopped to take a drink, he saw his reflection in the water for the first time. Not knowing any better, he fell in love and started talking to it. Echo had been following him and started repeating the last thing he said. Not yet understanding reflections, Narcissus thought his reflection was speaking to him and became more engaged. Unable to consummate his love, Narcissus pined away at the pool and changed into the flower that bears his name, the narcissus.



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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Did you know that More than 11,000 amendments have been introduced in Congress?

Did you know these Fun and Interesting Facts about the Constitution?



  1. Established on November 26, 1789, the first national "Thanksgiving Day" was originally created by George Washington as a way of "giving thanks" for the Constitution.
  2.  
  1. One of the amendments in the original Bill of Rights that the states considered was a requirement that each representative in the House of Representatives only represent 50,000 people.  It did not pass and that is a good thing because that would mean today that we would 5,990 representatives!  Today we have 435 representatives because that is the number of chairs that will fit in the House chambers in the U.S. Capitol.  So every ten years, after the census is taken, Congress divides the population by 435 and decides how many representatives each state gets.
 
  1. Virginia was the most populous state when the Constitution was ratified and today it is California.  Six states have only one representative.  Rhode Island, which was the least populated in 1787, now has two representatives. 
 
  1. At 81, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania was the oldest delegate at the Constitutional Convention and at 26, Jonathon Dayton of New Jersey was the youngest.
  1. The original Constitution is on display at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, it was moved to Fort Knox for safekeeping.
  2. More than 11,000 amendments have been introduced in Congress. Thirty three have gone to the states to be ratified and twenty seven have received the necessary approval from the states to actually become amendments to the Constitution.
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    Tuesday, October 19, 2010

    Did you know who has the top talk radio shows in the United States?

    Current top talk radio shows in the United States

    Talkers Magazine compiles Arbitron's data, along with other sources, to estimate the minimum weekly audiences of various commercial long-form talk radio shows.



























     





























     


























    • These results only take into account English-language commercial programs. Public, non-commercial, and non-English programming is not included in this list.
    Other terrestrial programs, such as news and music, are not generally estimated in as much detail. Notable high-rated programs that fall outside the long-form talk category include the late commentator Paul Harvey (estimated listenership: 20 to 22 million)










    and lovesongs host Delilah Rene.











    Sirius XM Radio was monitored by Arbitron from only 2007 to early 2008. The latest numbers available, from early 2008 (prior to when XM and Sirius merged), have The Howard Stern Show being the most listened-to show on either platform, with Stern's Howard 100 channel netting a "cume" of 1.2 million listeners.














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    Monday, October 18, 2010

    Did you know who is Big Meech and Larry Hoover?

    Rick Ross made a reference to Big Meech and Larry Hoover 

    in his hit song

    *Blowin Money Fast* 

    Ross is a gifted rapper, but lets get real do all ex-prison guard roll big like that?

    So my question for today is.... 

    Big Meech

    Do you know who is Big Meech or Larry Hoover?


    Did you know that Big Meech was a part of (BMF) The Black Mafia Family?

    Did you know that Big Meech had a multi-million dollar drug trafficking organization from California, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Missouri, and Tennessee?

    Did you know that the BMF had a stash house for each state?

    Did you know that a stash house is a house where weapons and supplies are hidden?

    Larry Hoover
    Did you know that Larry Hoover was the co founder of the Gangster Disciples?

    Did you know that Larry Hoover is currently serving a life sentence in Terre Haute, Indiana





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    Did you know what NCAA college basketball coach won 7 consecutive championships?

    That would be John Wooden, he coached  the UCLA Bruins to 7 consecutive championships from 1967 to 1973 and 10 of the 12 championships from 1964 to 1975.

    Did you know The Texas Western Miners(now Texas El Paso)and the North Carolina State Wolfpack were the only other champions during the Bruins remarkable run? With the parity that now exsists in college basketball, neither of their unmatched streaks will most probably never be equaled. The Bruin's unmatched streak(s)are:

    * 1964 UCLA (30-0)
    * 1965 UCLA (28-2)
    * 1966 UTEP (28-1)
    * 1967 UCLA (29-1)
    * 1968 UCLA (29-1)
    * 1969 UCLA (29-1)
    * 1970 UCLA (28-2)
    * 1971 UCLA (29-1)
    * 1972 UCLA (30-0)
    * 1973 UCLA (30-0)

    Did you know that only two teams have won back to back NCAA titles since?

    That would be the Florida Gators who won two national championships—the 2006 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament and 2007 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament , the first team to win back to back titles was the Duke Blue Devils 1991–1992 , Did you know that the Blue Devils were the first team to accomplish the feat, and the first team to ever do it with the same starting line-up.
    Did you know this NCAA College Basketball Trivia? 

    Did you know what women team won 3 consecutive NCAA titles?

    Did you know NCAA Teams went undefeated? 

    Did you know the only NCAA College Basketball team to have  4 Undefeated Seasons?

    Did you know who has won more NCAA college championships in women college ball?

    Did you know what NCAA college basketball teams won men and women championships in the same year?

    Did you know who is the winning est coach in NCAA college basketball history?

    Did you know what teams made NCAA College basketball history in 2008?

    Did you know what players won gold medal,  NCAA college basketball championship,  and NBA Championship? 

    Did you know what players won high school championships, NCAA, Olypmic Gold Medals and a NBA  championship?

    Did you know the Women  Huskies are the only woman's basketball program to have had every game in a season televised?

    Did you know what team won more NCAA college championships in women college ball?

    Did you know what NCAA college basketball teams have won men and women championships in the same year? 

    Did you know who is the winning est coach in NCAA college basketball history?





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